Dr. Judy Mikovits with Kent Heckenlively and Larry Klayman | Jason Goodman Interview
From the moment I first heard of this "novel" coronavirus my inner antennae kicked into high gear and I haven't stopped researching or listening to as many different perspectives as they have been presented. It's taken me down many "experts" personal experiences and conclusions, from Dr. Mikovits to Dr. Andrew Kaufman... Dr. Zach Bush and Dr. Thomas Cowan to the now famous Frontline Doctors. Unfortunately the poli-ticks will turn any discussion into a divide and conquer movement, so one asks "who can I trust?"
Here is where I stand. Each of those who speak from a valiant truth are right, ie: from their perspective and individual trainings they see the "virus" through a defined lens of education. Dr. Mikovits has been much maligned, she's difficult to follow as we look through the microscope of her investigative mind we hear scientific terms unfamiliar to the general understanding. In this interview Jason Goodman does an excellent job of asking the right clarifying questions.
All that said, my inner standing of what makes us sick is much more aligned with Terrain Theory which states that when our bodies become stressed due to toxins we mount an immune response that includes the intercellular formation of exosomes (what others have identified as viruses) which provoke the bodies attempt at expelling the toxic overload. My inner standing is inclusive of other's rights to choose for themselves, to investigate for themselves along with the right to our divine autonomy over our bodies. Dr. Mikovits' testimony is an important one just as the Frontline Doctors' attempt to bring Hydroxychloroquine back into usage is also viable for many.
When I see the rampant arguments going on within the investigative community it brings with it the realization that we haven't yet reached the harmonious ability to have an open, non-combative discussion. There is no single right answer for any individual, there is however the divinely endowed right to free choice.
"Fear has many faces; the fear of disease, what we can’t control, following a false narrative and a more insidious one is the fear of being wrong therefore the refusal to look at perspectives contrary to the prevailing script."
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